He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not
- compiled by Jeffrey Overstreet Copyright Christianity Today International
- 2003 1 Jan
Audrey Tautou, who charmed audiences in the fantastical romantic comedy
Geri Pare (Catholic News Service) is impressed: "Although neither Angelique nor Loic is particularly sympathetic, the filmmaker manages to hold interest for the most part with the way the script twists and turns in the second half. And although there is violent content, it doesn't sink to the level of over-the-top melodrama. Instead, in somewhat the manner of
Darrell Manson (Hollywood Jesus) calls it "a wonderful story. Tautou does a wonderful job in this role. She once again shows the endearing vulnerability that characterized
Several mainstream critics heap superlatives on the film. James Berardinelli (ReelViews) raves, "It's difficult to overstate how much of a rare find this movie is. Colombani and her cast remind us that the best thrillers are built upon superb writing and strong acting." And Mick LaSalle (San Francisco Chronicle) says, Colombani's first time in the director's chair "represents about as assured a debut as they come."